The play begins with Andrea, a woman who has just been fired from her job and is overwhelmed by feelings of frustration and depression. Andrea attempts to combat her loneliness through casual sex, but what starts as a distraction soon threatens to take over her life. The Unicorn tackles several taboo subjects including female sexuality, grief, and addiction. The writer, Potter, expertly utilises theatre as an amazing genre for tackling complex topics, and the play’s potency and electric charge create a unique space for the audience to experience these themes.
Cast & Creatives
A brilliantly crafted production tackling difficult themes
I would recommend this play to anyone interested in the complexity of human experience. It’s a brilliantly crafted production that tackles difficult themes with sensitivity and intelligence.